Nasa Astronaut Randy Bresnik took time out of his busy schedule to film this incredible footage of Earth from space.
Weather satellite fails to enter orbit in further blow to Russian space programme.
Though this version won't be wrapped in gold, like the one soaring through deep space, it would still have the all sounds that Nasa sent 40 years ago aboard the Voyager spacecraft.
China's unmanned, out-of-control space station is currently on a death spiral and is expected to crash-land on Earth in the next few months.
Russia wants to explore Venus with an orbiter that will collect data about the planet for three years, constantly sending data back to Earth.
Using datasets from Hubble Space Telescope and ESA's Gaia satellite, researchers measured the movement of stars within Sculptor Dwarf Galaxy.
The new spy satellite will reportedly be developed using ghost quantum imaging, allowing Beijing to spot and track currently invisible targets from space.
Large galaxies like our own need to constantly eat smaller galaxies to fuel themselves and ensure they don't die out.
Special pads placed outside the hull of the ISS was found to have bacteria and other living organisms that were not of Earth.
Japan wants to be part of the "Deep Space Gateway" project and join the US and Russia in building a space station near the Moon.
Both Einstein's theories and Newton's laws work in a universe that does not have dark matter and dark energy, says researcher.
Nasa is working with a group of five high school and college students in a bid to improve virtual reality technologies.
From the odd cigar-shaped interstellar asteroid to the mysterious object shooting across the Heathrow airport – these are the best space stories of the week.
In December, a 5km-wide asteroid is expected to fly past the Earth, accompanied by the Geminids meteor shower.
The InSight mission was initially scheduled to launch last year, however, it was postponed due to a leaky container.